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The Dragon's Roar: China's AI Titans Shape a New Era
In the relentless race toward AI supremacy, China emerges as the second-largest AI economy globally. With many AI powerhouses, China is set to shape the future of LLMs. Get to know China's AI and LLM landscape below and learn how China's tech conglomerates are already adopting LLM to provide new and enhanced services.
Breaking Down Silos: Aligning Stakeholders to Achieve Real Innovation Results
Innovation is the lifeblood of any business, but getting everyone on the same page can feel like herding cats. The more people involved, the harder it gets to make decisions and move forward. Accelerate time-to-market by ensuring stakeholder buy-in and support for new initiatives.
The Future of Connectivity: Industrial 5G
In today's fast-paced world, high-speed connections have become vital for companies across industries. With the level of automation rising, the need for reliable and efficient data monitoring structures has never been more critical. Enter 5G, the fifth-generation wireless technology, which has captured the spotlight in machine-type communication and the Internet of Things (IoT). Delve into the transformative potential of private 5G networks in China's industrial sector below, exploring its market outlook, opportunities, and challenges, as well as implications for the automation space to evaluate how 5G could impact your business.
China Boosts 5G Development by Accelerating Penetration into Rural Areas
China Telecom becomes the last major Chinese operator to gain approval to repurpose 800MHz spectrum for 5G, accelerating rural network expansion. MIIT's moves ensure robust 5G connectivity and coverage, aiding rural access and reducing 2G/3G shutdown concerns.
Asia Growth Exchange #8: Balancing Regional Operations
For corporates, realizing growth in Asia means striking a balance between de-risking and increasing investment in high-potential regions. It means globalizing in the right areas while still giving room for localization and flexibility in order to be competitive in core markets. Learn how C-level executives approach strategy management and decision-making across borders to support growth in Asia by downloading anonymized notes of our discussion.